Some department stores in Canada, namely Home Depot, Costco and Walmart, are reporting new recalls that impact countless shoppers, triggering warnings from Health Canada.
Costco’s recall involves GSK Consumer Healthcare ULC’s recall of two lots of TUMS Assorted Berry Extra Strength Tablets, sold in 750 mg bottles (lot 7B3G) and 3-roll packs containing 8 tablets each (CS6M lot) because the tablets “may contain metal fragments,” according to Health Canada.
The product is an antacid indicated for adult use, including pregnant women, reminder of warning readings.
“The company reported to Health Canada that it had received a complaint from a consumer about a small piece of wire embedded in a tablet. Consuming a piece of metal presents a potential risk of suffocation or injury (such as cuts or tears in the mouth and digestive system), “Health Canada said.
The products were sold by Canadian stores and online retailers between October 2020 and January 2021. The 750 mg bottles of 100 tablets were sold individually and at Costco as part of a four bottle club pack with two flavors different.
Health Canada is monitoring the company’s recall.
“Stop using the recalled product,” Health Canada said. “Talk to your health care provider if you have taken a recalled product and have any health problems. “
Contact GSK Consumer Healthcare’s recall partner, Sedgwick, by calling 1-866-469-6524 or emailing [email protected] if you have any questions about the recall.
Meanwhile, another recall involves Workload men’s safety shoes sold at Walmart in Canada in US sizes 7-13. The product contains EVA and rubber outsoles and a mesh / suede upper, with a rounded toe and lace-up closure, Health Canada said in his warning.
“The toecaps of the shoes may not meet the requirements of the CSA specifications for impact resistance, which presents a crushing hazard,” the warning said.
As of October 15, 2021, the company had not received any incident or injury reports.
The company reported that 3,575 units of the affected product were sold in Canada from March to July 2021.
“Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products and return them to the nearest Wal-Mart Canada retail store for a refund,” Health Canada said.
For more information, consumers may contact Wal-Mart Canada Corp. customer service. at 1-800-328-0402, Monday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. EST.
A third recall involves Mercury glass cabinet knobs sold at Home Depot.
The buttons are 46mm glass buttons in the shape of a flower. Mercury glass knobs are painted on the inside to give the appearance of mercury glass. The model number is DC2754845 and the UPC code is 885785090428, Home Depot said.
The buttons were retailed for between $ 4 and $ 6 each.
“The glass shank of the button may break during use, causing a
potential laceration risk, ”Home Depot said in its reminder warning. “Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled drawer knobs, remove them, and contact Liberty customer service for instructions on how to receive a full refund. ”
For more information, please contact: Liberty Customer Care toll free at
844-811-4541 or send an email to [email protected]
A fourth recall concerns the Coleman Classic 2-burner naphtha stove.
The camping stove has a red fuel tank with a small chain connecting it to the green body of the stove.
“The recalled product does not meet child resistant labeling and packaging requirements for consumer chemicals required by the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001 under the Canada Act. consumer product safety, ”Health Canada said. in his warning. “Lack of child-resistant packaging and proper labeling information could lead to unintentional exposure to the chemical and lead to serious illness or injury, including death. “
As of November 1, 2021, the company had not received any reports of incidents or injuries in Canada.
The company reported that 65,234 units of the affected product have been sold in Canada since 2010, from January 2010 to September 2021.
Consumers should contact Coleman for updated warning labels and a new child resistant cap for the stove. https://recall.colemancanada.ca/en
Finally, Farm Boy is recalling its Farm Boy brand Dijon mustard sold in Ontario stores due to undeclared eggs that cause allergy concerns.
“Do not use, sell, serve or distribute the affected product,” the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said in its recall notice.